Desafío del Corán Dia 6
“No desesperéis de la misericordia de Alá, porque sólo el pueblo infiel desespera de la misericordia de Alá!” Corán 12:87
I was challenged to post for 7 days a Quranic verse and nominate 2 people everyday. Here is day 1. This is my favorite verse from the Quran. It has gotten me through many hard times. As a reminder, it kept me aware of my environment and constantly reminded me whatever I am going through. It will pass. The blessings will come. How do I know this? Because Allah has told me so. “With every hardship comes ease.”
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Yesterday was a struggle but today I feel so much better. I woke up with peace, love, thankfulness and clarity in my heart and soul. Today I am thankful for the people in my life and the love and support given to me!
Today I am happy and at peace with who I am. What I am doing with my life. Today I woke up with clarity in my mind, heart and soul. As I laid down last night, I couldn’t breath. My nose was clogged. I had sinus pressure. But as I laid down I remembered a Hadith about a man who in his heart forgave those people who hurt him. I told Allah I forgive those people who have hurt me.
Today I woke up light hearted and the only thing I can attribute this feeling to, is to this thought and prayer.
In Islam, we are taught that Allah loves those who ask him forgiveness. And he loves those who forgives.
The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, “If anyone constantly seeks pardon (from Allah), Allah will appoint for him a way out of every distress and a relief from every anxiety, and will provide sustenance for him from where he expects not.”
With Ramadan literally right around the corner, Forgiveness is one of the things we ask for while fasting and we learn to forgive those people who have caused use hurt and pain. But most importantly we learn to forgive ourselves!
Think about that and learn to forgive yourself. Have a great Friday everyone!